Hello everyone! I am here today with an article dedicated to my favorite deck in the Standard format: Gardevoir/Sylveon. I spent a good part of my last article on this deck, along with Golisopod and the matchup between them. I received a lot of positive feedback on the article, especially on the Golisopod vs. Gardevoir section, so I figured I would dedicate an entire article to something like that. I hope you enjoy and please give any feedback or criticism!
Over the weekend I posted in HeyFonte what I consider to be the “definitive list” for this deck right now. I think I ruffled some feathers by sounding a bit too arrogant. Now, I am not so conceited to recognize that we can’t make some changes to the list and appeal to players’ personal preferences and play styles, so I will discuss possible changes. With that said, I will also give my reasoning for why I think the list is optimal. I have not felt so confident in a list in a long time! First, though, let’s look at some recent results to give some justification behind my claims.
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